Holocaust remembered on Israeli 'Survivors' Street'

It has become known as "Survivors' Street" -- a small road in Haifa where about 100 Holocaust survivors are living out their last days side-by-side, keeping alive memories of the Nazi genocide. Duration: 01:19 Jan 26, 2015

End of the road for Nepal's traditional Himalayan 'caravans'

For centuries, caravan traders from Nepal's remote northwest have traveled along Himalayan trails. Today, their traditional way of life faces a new threat with plans to build a road linking this region with the rest of the country. Duration: 01:16 Jan 26, 2015

'What if I cut his throat?' asks Hoess's Auschwitz barber

Seventy years on from the liberation of Auschwitz, prisoner Jozef Paczynski, now 95, recalls how he was forced to cut the hair of the camp's infamous commander, Rudolf Hoess - and still wonders: 'What if I cut his throat?' Jan 25, 2015